Blatter and Platini have been banned from all football-related activities after failing to explain a £1.3m payment between the pair
Fifa's ethics committee announced the decision on Monday morning
On Monday, Mr Blatter and Mr Platini, the suspended Uefa president who also faces a potential life ban, will learn what punishment they face
The Stade de France hosts its first international friendly when Russia arrive in March and beyond that lie other ghosts
Blatter and Platini are being investigated over a £1.3m payment made between the pair in 2011
Blatter and Platini face long bans
Pair are currently serving provisional suspensions from Fifa and could now face further action after sanction requests were passed on to adjudicatory chamber chairman Hans-Joachim Eckert
The FIFA president suffered what has been described as a 'small breakdown' and 'nervous shock'
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The Uefa president is being investigated over a £1.35m payment he received from the Fifa president
The European body's president has been backed by all of its 54 members
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As part of the ongoing investigation into Fifa, President Sepp Blatter, Secretary General Jerome Valcke and Uefa President Michel Platini have all been suspended from football for 90 days by the organisation's Ethics Committee.
The presidents of Fifa and Uefa have been banned from all football activity for at least 90 days
Tom Peck takes a look what next for world football's governing body following the latest developments
Meetings have been held to determine the fate of the duo with decisions having potential to have huge ramifications on Fifa presidency election